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Then, the husband insisted that the child always stay home, not wear the clothes she's always worn (like blue jeans), and cover completely when in public. She told me, "Cross-cultural marriages should be outlawed." Kristen's mother urged her to stick out the marriage for the children. Most of the women I know are married to wealthy, wealthy men, so are not starving.

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Most of these men know their wives will not leave their children.

I don't understand why these men need someone to blame and mistreat, but it seems they don't really want to lose their wives.

(She was a successful European businesswoman.) Her husband refused to have their daughter's birth registered, so the child , having no passport, could not be taken out of the country.

Patty became a strong Christian, and says, "Jesus helped me take this man to court for beating me, and the judge made him stop." (Patty also has a black belt in some form of Judo, and the husband knows she can defend herself.

Divorce is easy for men to get, under Islam, but very hard for a woman.

Patty's husband refused to give her money to start a business here, although the rulers of this country say they want women to have businesses.

Although, Sally's husband (also, a Spanish-American), put a knife to her stomach and told her, "Get out of my life.

I don't want you,." he knows she will not abandon her three daughters, something these children fear greatly.

All 'my women', (who must sneak out to see me for counseling) are awed at how God helped Patty.

Last summer the government declared an amnesty, to deport all illegal immigrants.

If she talks to a man, even a relative, he becomes angry. Seema was this man's 'second wife' until he divorced the first one, who has born him five children and is no longer pretty. What would Seema say to a woman wanting to marry a Mid-Eastern Muslim?

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